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BC Raven's Eye

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BC Raven's Eye - The Aboriginal Publication of BC and Yukon
has been published since May 1997.

Contributing Editor: Debora Steel

Raven's Eye is now a monthly section within the pages of Windspeaker.


Compiled by Debora Steel
February 18 was an emotional day for the survivors of St. Michael’s Indian Residential School in Alert Bay as a special ceremony was held to mark the beginning of the demolition of the building. National First Nations leaders and Anglican...
Compiled by Debora Steel
Bill C-51, the anti-terrorism act, has gone to the House of Commons, but one B.C. Indigenous leader is warning that the bill “will radically and dangerously expand the powers of Canada’s national security agencies and greatly infringe upon the...
Compiled by Debora Steel
The Songhees and Esquimalt First Nations helped bless a 250-metre-long panel of murals to mark the anticipated completion of the $138-million cleanup of 17 acres of contaminated land and seabed at Rock Bay. It’s been an 11-year-long job and,...
compiled by Debora Steel
The province is under fire for reneging on an agreement to appoint former Liberal cabinet minister George Abbott as chief of the B.C. Treaty Commission. After months of negotiating with First Nations groups, the B.C. cabinet decided at the 11th...
compiled by Debora Steel
The Heiltsuk First Nation on B.C.’s Central Coast wants the sac roe herring fishery in their territory closed for conservation reasons. But Fisheries and Oceans Canada opened the fishery March 22 despite concerns. Heiltsuk said the move...
compiled by Debora Steel
The Heiltsuk First Nation on B.C.’s Central Coast wants the sac roe herring fishery in their territory closed for conservation reasons. But Fisheries and Oceans Canada opened the fishery March 22 despite concerns. Heiltsuk said the move...
compiled by Debora Steel
The Tsilhqot'in Nation has enacted its first Tsilhqot’in law, setting out the rules for how the Tsilhqot’in Nation will govern lands and manage access to the area and its resources. This falls on the heels of the first declaration of Aboriginal...
Compiled by Debora Steel
February 18 was an emotional day for the survivors of St. Michael’s Indian Residential School in Alert Bay as a special ceremony was held to mark the beginning of the demolition of the building. National First Nations leaders and Anglican...
Compiled by Debora Steel
Bill C-51, the anti-terrorism act, has gone to the House of Commons, but one B.C. Indigenous leader is warning that the bill “will radically and dangerously expand the powers of Canada’s national security agencies and greatly infringe upon the...
Compiled by Debora Steel
A tentative land-exchange agreement has been reached between the government of British Columbia and Westbank First Nation. The Nation had given reserve land to the province in 2009 to construct the Westside Rd. Interchange, and the province...

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